Top Business Stories from the U.S.
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Even though the rich have more money to invest, they do not always make better decisions. The Financial Times reports.
Tribune Co plans to cut 700 jobs, or about 6 percent of its workforce, mainly at its newspaper division.
A report in October suggested that global supplies were dropping as demand was rising. But don't fret.
Art Cashin on why the markets were disappointed by the Federal Reserve's release of its October meeting minutes.
Bloomberg reports Toronto must pay extra interest to the bond market in light of Mayor Rob Ford's continued antics and admissions.
Comedians have been poking fun at troubled Obamacare website HealthCare.gov. Now, an insurer is getting in on the act.
Instagram launched on Microsoft's smartphone OS on Wednesday sans a few key features.
Sales of existing home sales nationally fell 3.2 percent in October, but in the West they were down 7 percent.
Marlboro says it will get into the e-cigarette business in the second half of 2014 and raised its profits forecast for the next year.
The Fed moved no closer to unwinding its monthly asset purchasing program at the October meeting.
Black Friday used to be so simple—it was the day after Thanksgiving. These days, it's more complicated.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said the president made a promise that he could not keep.
US lawmakers are seeking to make it easier for investment fraud victims to seek compensation.
Amazon seems to be expanding its private label business into its grocery delivery service, AmazonFresh.